This section is for Current Students, Faculty and Staff
Forms, Downloads and Department links:
ENG 210 office appointments…
Welcome to new students and welcome back returning students!
Resources for students for grade change/complaints/billing/etc…
COEIT Shared Services Center (SSC): https://rtforms.umbc.edu/rt_authenticated/coeit/CoeitSSC.php?div=COEIT&dept=ME
Laptop recommended minimum specs…
Hard Disk Size 512 GB SSD
CPU Model Core i7
Ram Memory 16 GB
Windows 10 with windows 11 upgrade license
Graphics NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060
Wireless Card and rj45 network connection
IES (International Education Services) department forms: https://ies.umbc.edu/
Department news: https://my3.my.umbc.edu/groups/me
Undergraduate students news: https://my3.my.umbc.edu/groups/me-undergraduate-students
Graduate students news: https://my3.my.umbc.edu/groups/me-graduate-students
Academic Success Center: academicsuccess.umbc.edu
All full-time Ph.D. students must take their Candidacy Examination within 1 year following successful completion of the Qualifying Examination. The purpose of the Candidacy Examination (also known as the Proposal Defense) is to have the student clearly define his/her research topic and methods of investigation that will be employed. The examination consists of a written proposal plus an oral examination. The student is advanced to doctoral candidacy after successful completion of this examination.
- Nomination of Members for the Proposal Defense/Candidacy Examination [DocuSign]
- Submitted by student, due 2 weeks prior to exam date
- Report of the Committee to the GPD [DocuSign]
- Submitted by the Committee Chair within 3 days of the exam
- After passing this examination, student will submit the List of Courses form to the GPD, and when that is approved, student will Apply for Admission to Candidacy through the Graduate School.